Chris Vanderzyden – Master Your Exit Plan

Chris Vanderzyden – Master Your Exit Plan

What I liked about Chris Vanderzyden’s new book is how deliberately plainspoken and concise it is. There’s no beating around the bush or tangential semantics, while simultaneously Vanderzyden never shies from highlighting the less coldly rational and more emotive...
Steve Prentice – The Future of Workplace Fear

Steve Prentice – The Future of Workplace Fear

Steve Prentice’s new book is titled The Future of Workplace Fear: How Human Reflex Stands in the Way of Digital Transformation. While a title that encompasses the entirety of the book’s topicalities in one, succinct breath, what I was struck by personally was Prentice...
Dr. Ronald Alexander – Core Creativity

Dr. Ronald Alexander – Core Creativity

I’m sorry, but true to form and tonality of Dr. Ronald Alexander’s new book – I’m going to summarize his literary profile informally, and in my view, creatively. This guy is the man. I love that someone in a position of medical authority, depending upon your...
Carol Schultz – Powered by People

Carol Schultz – Powered by People

Carol Schultz’s new book follows an interesting trend overtaking the modern workplace by storm. With the elaborate and dynamic corporate philosophies she promotes in Powered by People: How Talent-Centric Organizations Master Recruitment, Retention, and Revenue (and...
Andy Lazris – January 6th and the Millennial Horde.

Andy Lazris – January 6th and the Millennial Horde.

Andy Lazris’ background in medicine fuels the sort of grounded authenticity in his books literary peers like Robin Cook or Michael Crichton thrive upon. This includes the way the three men dispense of ideas, whether concerning real-world, real-life issues, or in a...